Young children in Bristol have been trying out a new nursery based in a retirement home.
For six weeks, ten three year-olds and four year-olds attended a temporary nursery in St Monica Trust in Westbury-on-Trym.
It's part of an experiment to see what impact spending time with children has on pensioners.
The children's nursery was moved into the retirement home, giving the two generations a chance to interact on a daily basis.
Once the children developed a bond with the residents, they started to have regular conversations and discussions.
Parents say that their children's happiness was clear.
As well as children saying that they enjoyed the experience, there were benefits for the adults too.
A documentary following the progress of the experiment airs on Tuesday night on Channel 4.